Andrew Mullen

Andrew Mullen returned to the Post in 2018 as a Production Editor for the China Economy desk having earlier worked as a reporter on the Sport desk. He has previously worked for the Press Association, the BBC and sport marketing company Lagardere Sports in both Hong Kong and the United Kingdom.
Andrew Mullen
Andrew Mullen returned to the Post in 2018 as a Production Editor for the China Economy desk having earlier worked as a reporter on the Sport desk. He has previously worked for the Press Association, the BBC and sport marketing company Lagardere Sports in both Hong Kong and the United Kingdom.

Latest from Andrew Mullen

Xi Jinping or Donald Trump? 10 quotes but was it China’s president or his US counterpart?

Can you spot the difference between a tweet from the former host of ‘The Apprentice’ and a quote from the leader of the Communist Party?

5 Feb 2019 - 12:44PM

Can you spot the difference between a tweet from the former host of ‘The Apprentice’ and a quote from the leader of the Communist Party?

Xi Jinping or Donald Trump? 10 quotes but was it China’s president or his US counterpart?
Bad start continues for China economy as private data shows manufacturing activity weakest since 2016

The Caixin Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) fell to 48.3 in January from 49.7 in December, the lowest since February 2016.

1 Feb 2019 - 10:22AM

The Caixin Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) fell to 48.3 in January from 49.7 in December, the lowest since February 2016.

Bad start continues for China economy as private data shows manufacturing activity weakest since 2016
Oxfam Trailwalker: Runners face second night on the trail after ‘horrific’ experience in the dark and rain

The cut off for the famous 100km is 48 hours, and runners at the 40km mark now will certainly be facing another night out in the New Territories

17 Nov 2018 - 6:38PM

The cut off for the famous 100km is 48 hours, and runners at the 40km mark now will certainly be facing another night out in the New Territories

Oxfam Trailwalker: Runners face second night on the trail after ‘horrific’ experience in the dark and rain
Oxfam Trailwalker: Domestic helpers push through struggles to beat their target time, while other teams reach 100km finish

A team of domestic helpers finished Hong Kong’s famous ultramarathon, surpassing their own expectations

17 Nov 2018 - 3:54PM

A team of domestic helpers finished Hong Kong’s famous ultramarathon, surpassing their own expectations

Oxfam Trailwalker: Domestic helpers push through struggles to beat their target time, while other teams reach 100km finish
Double delight as China’s former bad boy Zhang Xinjun joins compatriot Dou Zecheng in securing 2018 PGA Tour card
Major champion Sergio Garcia out to master Fanling on Hong Kong Open debut
Masters champion Sergio Garcia set to make his Hong Kong Open debut
Shanghai Shenhua joke Carlos Tevez drug use must be ‘fake’ given Chinese Super League form
China back coach Marcello Lippi until 2019 Asian Cup regardless of World Cup qualifying fate
Shanghai Shenhua still expect Carlos Tevez to return despite meeting with Boca Juniors president
Carlos Tevez goes back to Argentina for treatment but promises to return as Shanghai Shenhua exit rumours continue
Nothing to see here: Shanghai Shenhua boss plays down Gus Poyet exit reports after latest Chinese Super League defeat
Dou Zecheng’s US breakthrough highlights PGA Tour’s China failure rather than shine light on a pathway to success
Chinese Super League takes on softer side as Burak Yilmaz allowed to return to Turkey to fight for custody of daughters
Liaoning turn to French coach Rene Lobello to rescue Chinese Super League season after Ma Lin resignation
Hong Kong’s Siobhan Haughey sets sights on 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo after world championships breakthrough
Medals next for Hong Kong’s Siobhan Haughey after historic world championships final showing, says former Olympian Ronnie Wong
Enough is enough: Shanghai Shenhua demand end to Carlos Tevez rumours amid so-called ‘wage crisis’
Michael Phelps-style problem for Hong Kong’s Krysia Allard after Maccabiah medal haul
Chinese Super League clubs move swiftly to allay fears of financial crisis after expulsion threat
Hong Kong’s Tiffany Chan back on track in US with first round 71
‘Absolutely incredible’: Hong Kong claim third consecutive win at women’s lacrosse World Cup with overtime victory over Switzerland
Hong Kong record back-to-back wins at women’s lacrosse World Cup as Katherine Barker helps sink Belgium
Your girls took a hell of a beating: Hong Kong down Colombia 20-0 at women’s lacrosse World Cup
Hong Kong run out of steam in defeat by South Korea at women’s lacrosse World Cup
Don’t panic: Steve McManaman calls for Liverpool patience in ‘crazy’ transfer market
Hong Kong claim first win at women’s lacrosse World Cup to set up South Korea showdown
Second defeat for Hong Kong at women’s lacrosse World Cup
Defeat for Hong Kong in women’s lacrosse World Cup opener
One delegation, two systems: Hong Kong and China team off to Maccabiah Games in Israel